“I want Lisa’s caramel swirled shag!”

First For Women - - Style -

HOW IT FLATTERS: Deep­en­ing hair’s base color helps new high­lights pop, restor­ing a lu­mi­nous shine to dried­out locks, says celebrity col­orist James Cor­bett. And a face-fram­ing cut opens up the neck for a face-slim­ming ef­fect. GET THE CUT: Ask your stylist for a mod­ern shag with lay­ers of vary­ing lengths and brow-skim­ming bangs.

GET THE COLOR AT HOME: Start by dark­en­ing the base by two shades with a per­ma­nent dye (like Clairol Age Defy in #5-Medium Brown, $9, Wal­mart.com). Ap­ply from roots to ends and let sit for 30 min­utes; rinse and dry hair. Next, add sub­tle caramel high­lights to the tips by ap­ply­ing color from a kit (like L’Oréal Paris Su­pe­rior Pref­er­ence Glam Lights in #GL50, $10, Kmart.com) onto 1" sec­tions of hair, start­ing 2 inches away from the scalp. Let sit 30 min­utes; rinse. A time­and money-sav­ing bonus: High­light­ing just the ends of hair means touch-ups are only re­quired ev­ery six months!

Ju­lia Michry, 52 Lisa Rinna Be­fore

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